There’s nothing that excites us more than a brand new food festival in Perth, especially when it has already secured some of our all-time fave restaurants, food trucks, breweries, cideries and wineries!
The Landing Festival is coming to Elizabeth Quay from 17—19 March and will see a host of Perth’s best food and drink popping up alongside homegrown and international entertainers and a boutique marketplace which will feature local art, clothing designers and even a barber shop!
Low Key Chow House, Brika, Drift Kitchen and Dainty Dowager have already confirmed they will be popping up alongside food trucks offering everything from Latin and South American noms to Indian, BBQ and froyo. Brand newbie Mejico will also be there for anyone craving epic tacos and other Mexican eats and Escobar next door will be dishing out ice cold Margaritas. Yum.
If tequila doesn’t do it for you, you can always head to the G.H Mumm Champagne and Oyster Bar for a glass of bubbles, Gin & Bear It for a gin & tonic (duh), Lincoln’s Speakeasy if you’re after a refreshing whiskey cocktail or Little Mule for one of the bet Moscow Mules you’ll ever drink… or you could just bar hop from one to the other if you really can’t choose.
There will also be breweries, cideries and wineries galore—think Matso’s, Gage Roads, Black Brewing, Little Creatures, Feral Brewing on the brewery front; Custard & Co, Funk and The Hills Cider Co for all your cider needs and, when it comes to wine, you can take your pick from Deep Woods, Happs, Millbrook, Swings & Roundabouts, Howard Park, Flying Fish Cove and (perhaps our favourite name yet) the Goon Tycoons! You'll also be able to get your hands on the trendiest drink of 2017—yep we're talking about Frosé which will be available all weekend thanks to the folks at the Rose Bar.
Tickets start at $19.50, so what are you waiting for? Get yours here!
Image credit: The Landing Festival and Nancy Hanna
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